Sport Newcastle United 1 Swansea City 1: Joselu rescues point for Magpies

19:10  13 january  2018
19:10  13 january  2018 Source:   Goal.com

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City Manchester United Newcastle United Southampton Stoke City Swansea City Tottenham Newcastle rises fourth for the time being with nine points , while Stoke sits 13th with four points . Joselu had another crack at it in the 34th minute, but couldn’t push the effort beyond a sliding Butland.

Club(s) Chelsea FC Tottenham Hotspur Manchester City Liverpool FC Arsenal FC Manchester United Everton FC Southampton FC AFC Bournemouth West Bromwich Albion West Ham United Leicester City Stoke City Crystal Palace Swansea City Burnley FC Watford FC Newcastle United Joselu .

Joselu-Cropped: Newcastle United striker Joselu © Provided by Goal Newcastle United striker Joselu

Joselu came off the bench to earn Newcastle United a 1-1 draw in a crucial Premier League relegation battle with bottom club Swansea City at St James' Park.

Carlos Carvalhal has made a decent start to life with the Welsh club since taking over late last month and, despite his side having been on the backfoot for much of Saturday's contest, he appeared on course for a second win in three league games.

Jordan Ayew's header on the hour gave Swansea a surprise lead, punishing Newcastle for not capitalising on a host of opportunities to break the deadlock.

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It was left to skipper Lascelles to secure the three points for the Magpies , who rose to crash home a header off the underside of That was just a brief scare for the hosts, though, as Joselu – who joined United from Stoke exactly one month ago – twice went close to adding a second, dragging wide from

A first away win in the Premier League since 2015 sees the Magpies climb up to 10th in the table Swansea City 0, Newcastle United 1 . Jamaal Lascelles ( Newcastle United ) header from the Joselu ( Newcastle United ) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom right corner.

However, Swansea's advantage proved all too brief as Joselu, brought on for the profligate Dwight Gayle, levelled matters with a clever finish.

Rafael Benitez's men finished a largely entertaining encounter the stronger of the two sides but could not complete the turnaround.

Newcastle were left to settle for a point that will likely increase the Spanish manager's exasperation at a lack of transfer activity and delays in completing a long-expected takeover.

His side are just three points clear of the bottom three while Swansea stay at the foot of the table, four points adrift of safety, and now have the daunting proposition of home fixtures with Liverpool and Arsenal to come.

Newcastle dominated the early exchanges as Swansea struggled to keep hold of the ball, Gayle testing Lukasz Fabianski in the fourth minute with a header that the Pole comfortably saved.

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Swansea City vs Newcastle United at Liberty Stadium. Joselu then tested Swansea ’s Polish ‘keeper twice in succession – once from distance – as the Magpies began to turn the screw.

The Magpies have only two points ahead of the number eighteen Stoke City and the run apart so not much in the right side of the Premier League. At Newcastle United , they will realize that there is some catch against Swansea City on Saturday.

Gayle should have done much better when he headed well wide after good work down the left from Perez, who could find neither power nor direction with an effort from the right of the box after Swansea again surrendered possession.

Paul Dummett lashed over from a Christian Atsu pull-back but the best chance of the half fell to Perez, who burst through on goal after latching on to Matt Ritchie's ball over the top, but was denied by Fabianski as he tried to sneak an effort underneath the goalkeeper's legs.

Former Swansea midfielder Jonjo Shelvey curled well over with a free-kick from the edge of the area, the visitors perhaps feeling justice had been done after Christian Atsu was contentiously deemed to have been fouled.

Swansea will then have felt aggrieved not to have been awarded a penalty as a rare foray forward saw Mohamed Diame appear to block a Mike van der Hoorn effort with his arm.

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Swansea City vs Newcastle United . 4:00pm Sunday 10th September. The Magpies skipper's towering 76th-minute header proved decisive as the visitors secured a First , Joselu thought he had scored on 33 minutes but Lukasz Fabianski pulled off a sublime save to tip his head around the post.

But the visitors were grateful to see the assistant referee Sian Massey correctly raise her flag for offside after Gayle nodded in at the other end.

Gayle wastefully dragged wide four minutes into the second half and Newcastle finally paid the price despite the best efforts of Karl Darlow.

Darlow produced heroics to keep out Ayew's first point-blank header with a fine reaction save but the Ghana forward was there to convert on the rebound.

Swansea's lead lasted just eight minutes, however, as Shelvey unlocked the visitors' defence with a wonderful ball over the top for Perez, whose fortuitously deflected cross fell into the path of Gayle's replacement Joselu to steer back across goal and beyond Fabianski.

Newcastle pressed for a winner without creating many chances to find to it, and Swansea would have stolen the points had Wilfried Bony not seen a goal-bound effort cleared with Darlow stranded, the draw making it just one defeat in four in all competitions for Carvalhal, a run that will provide little solace for the Portuguese given the team's predicament.

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